I want to add an iPhone frame around a picture taken from an iPhone in portrait mode (for presentation purposes).
How can I do that? Is there a program that can do it? Or a way to automate such task?
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I couldn't find a program, but you could always use an image editor of your preference to do it "manually".
Find a picture of an iPhone frame like the following one, open it in your image editor. Paste your screenshot, and adjust it.
There is probably a way to automate such task using some command-line editors (especially when seeing other questions in the image manipulation tag), but I don't know more about it, personally. Maybe another answer will be more helpful in this matter.